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What We Do

Adoption

There is pure joy when children and adults join together to become a family. Adoption, the intentional growth of families, gives children a loving home, a new name, and caring relatives. It also gives families another branch to their family tree, more hugs, and the ability to make a difference one life at a time. Thousands of children are currently in the foster care system awaiting permanent placement with their forever families. Some have been abused, neglected or abandoned, leading to the termination of parental rights by the court. Many of these children have special needs because of their emotional scars and past suffering. Relatives or foster parents adopt the majority of children in Michigan. Often there are groups of brothers and sisters who need adoptive homes. Staff try to place these children together whenever possible.

Will you open your heart and home? For more information on our adoption program, please contact the MCHS Placement Office at 313-531-6190.

Facts and Figures

• Facilitated 17 adoptions in 2017
• Children were 0 – 17 years old
• Over the past five years, MCHS has facilitated 195 adoptions

Past Adoption Records

If you are seeking information for past adoption records, please fill out the form below.

Information about closed adoption records can be found here.

Preferred Method of Contact

If you are a DHHS or foster care worker and are looking for information regarding referrals, please contact Stephanie Sears at 313-531-3140 or ssear@mchsmi.org.

Our Partners

  • KOHP
    KOHP